- to deprive or divest of a crown.
- to reduce from dignity or preeminence.
Origin of uncrown
Related Words for uncrowndismiss, impeach, overthrow, unseat, demote, dethrone, depose, transport, eject, subvert, cashier, upset, displace, bounce, break, chuck, degrade, downgrade, can, unmake
Examples from the Web for uncrown
Historical Examples of uncrown
So it is with all the holy things of God: if I dethrone them they will uncrown me.My Daily Meditation for the Circling Year
John Henry Jowett
He must first uncrown Christ, before he can touch one jewel in the purchased diadems of His people!The Hart and the Water-Brooks;
John R. Macduff
My sov'reign's brow is yet uncrown'd, His head unwetted by the holy oil, He is not yet a King.The Life of Friedrich Schiller